February’s Artist Development

mandipaige (1)McKinney Griffin, is one of the most versatile artist to come out of Orlando.kjhg His style and showmanship delivers a unique blend of Rock, Blues, Soul, and Hip-Hop. He has quickly gained notoriety with his singing, rapping and guitar playing abilities, all the while staying true to good musicianship with the help of his band mates. Humbly dedicated to truth and quality of craft, McKinney is one electrifying presence that will having you screaming for an encore.



David olson, is a multi-instrumentalist/singer-songwriter from Winter Park, davidFL.  He writes songs that paint pictures of life, love, joy and pain born from his experiences all while maintaining a graduated form of pop sensibility.  From country tinged guitar rock to dripping piano ballads you are sure to enjoy a walk through his musical journey.



Stu Sauce and the Syna-Stix, are a Fusion band based out of the UCF area in Orlando, Florida. They are a 5 piece band of skilled and eclectic musicians, who got together for their first band-practice February 02, 2013. The Syna-Stix consists of Aaron Ledray on saxophone, Max Epstein on drums, Patrick Moreno on keyboard and harmonica, and Kevin Ruiz on bass. Stu Sauce plays guitar and fronts the band. Stu Sauce and the Syna-Stix bring back the dare to be different factor to music.

Henry Luis, is a multi talented bilingual Latin Artist. He has performed all 419855_519928978059725_598583374_nover the world. He just recently released his CD titled “Bella” and is getting quite a bit of attention. It is available on CD Baby, Itunes world wide.





One Sacrifice, Similar to Casting Crowns and Mercy Me with a latino twist. One Sacrifice’s debut album ‘La Primera Nota’ meaning ‘The First Note’ mixes alternative rock/pop with a hint of jazz as they play with different sound’s.Their album takes you on a journey through ten song’s that fans will really connect with.

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